L J Enterprises offers Howard Miller Scattering Tubes
LAWRENCEVILLE,GA? L J Enterprises has added Howard Miller Scattering Tubes to their growing memorial product line. These tubes are a perfect way to allow family members to be part of a memorial service and to still keep something as a memento. The 6-cubic-inch tubes are made specifically to fit inside Howard Miller memorial chests.
Company owner Larry Cooper says that he is committed to continually updating his product offerings to reflect the lives and personalities of the deceased. He is very pleased to offer Loving Memories Keepsakes designed by artist Jay M. Rotberg featuring his signature style reflecting the warmth and love of family and friends through sculptures. L J Enterprises also has added Memory Frames for the grave and Eternal Image Major League Baseball Urns. Beginning September 2009, L J Enterprises will also offer African-American and Hispanic Precious Moments? Youth Caskets. The 20-gauge sealer caskets with swing hardware are handcrafted in the USA and are available with pink accents for girls and blue for boys. Like the current Precious Moments? caskets featuring Caucasian angels these long-awaited versions will be available in four sizes ranging from 30″ to 66″. Coming soon to L J Enterprises is the line of eco-friendly products by Art Vessels.
L J Enterprises was founded in 2003 as a business-to-business supplier of Howard Miller memorial clocks and urns. By knocking on doors, use of the Internet, and most of all, word of mouth, the company has grown to offer a tremendous selection of products at price points for almost anyone.
View all of L J Enterprises? products at http://www.cremationurnsdirect.com. For more information, contact Larry Cooper at (678)778-6018 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or write L J Enterprises, 1793 Pine Circle, Lawrenceville, GA 30044.
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